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Power BI Service March Update Part 2

We’ve had an exciting few days last week during the Microsoft Data Insights Summit! Hopefully you were able to attend in person or watch some of the sessions online. Throughout the conference we announced a number of big features that everyone has been asking for, and hopefully gave you a few great surprises as well. If you missed some of the news or are looking for more details, read on to learn about all of the great features that we announced during the conference and a few other small features we released since our last update as well.

Nate Silver’s 3 Secrets to Handling Big Data

Last week Nate Silver spoke to a packed house at the Microsoft Data Insight Summit about the top 3 mistakes people make with big data, and suggestions on how to avoid them. Read all about his special presentation!

Share your Excel data with Power BI publisher for Excel Preview

Introducing Power BI publisher for Excel: s haring key Excel insights just got easier. Save snapshots of important PivotTables, Charts, cell ranges, and more from across all of your spreadsheets to a single location quickly. Share your Excel…

Nate Silver to headline Microsoft Data Insights Summit

Join us for the inaugural Microsoft Data Insights Summit , on March 22-23 in Bellevue, Washington, and discover new ways to bring your data to life. This will be the first Microsoft Power BI and Microsoft Excel user conference designed especially for…

SQL 16 SSRS on Power BI app for iOS

We are happy to announce a preview of the Power BI app for iOS with support for SQL Server 2016 CTP 3.2. With this update you can seamlessly bring your on-premises data to your mobile device and stay on top of your business from anywhere with out of the…

Power BI Weekly Service Update

We are very excited to announce the following set of awesome features available with this week’s Power BI service update Read-only members in Power BI Group Featured questions in Q&A Full screen pop out mode for report visuals …

Share Excel workbooks in organizational content packs

Now when you create organizational content packs in Power BI, you can include Excel workbooks to share with others in your organization. It’s easy: From Power BI, connect to your Excel workbooks on OneDrive for Business. Then create content packs…

Power BI mobile Mid-October updates are here

by Romi Koifman, Program Manager, Power BI Mobile We are happy to announce the latest updates to our mobile apps: Groups’ improvements & notifications Keep updated with your teams’ newest dashboards on your iOS apps! Each time…

Visualize your data, your way using custom visuals in Power BI

by Amir Netz, Technical Fellow So you thought Power BI Desktop shipping 44 features in September was big? Well, I have some news for you. October is bigger. Much bigger. Today we are bringing the ability to use custom visuals to every single user…

Power BI Weekly Service Update

We are excited to announce an additional set of features available in this week’s update. Today’s release includes the following updates: Customization on canvas page size Additional visual formatting support for images and bubble charts…

Analyze your Azure Security Center data with Power BI

Azure Security Center offers increased visibility and insights into your Azure resources and Azure workload security. The Power BI content pack enables you to visualize, analyze, and filter recommendations and security alerts.

Announcing Power BI “publish to web” preview

Microsoft Power BI “publish to web” allows users to tell compelling stories with interactive data visualizations in minutes. Easily embed interactive Power BI visualizations in your blog and website. Share stunning visuals through email or social media. Reach millions of users on any device, any place, for an engaging experience.

The Microsoft Data Insights Summit starts tomorrow!

The first ever Microsoft Data Insights Summit is happening this week on March 22 and 23 in Bellevue, Washington. Leading data analysts and Microsoft experts in Excel and Power BI will be gathering together to share their knowledge and experience, discover new insights, and demonstrate their different ways of getting things done.

Explore your ClickDimensions data with Power BI

ClickDimensions is an email marketing and marketing automation solution for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. ClickDimensions offers web intelligence, lead scoring, form capture and more. The Power BI content…

Webinar: Introduction to Power BI for the Excel user

We often say that Excel and Power BI are “better together”, but what does that really mean? Learn how adding Power BI’s world-class tools to your Excel analysis routine can save time, make your data easier to manage, and improve the quality of insights in our next webinar, Introduction to Power BI for the Excel user, on May 17, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. PT.

Tech Tip Tuesday: getting mobile with the Power BI apps

In this week’s Tech Tip Thursday, our own Guy in a Cube is joined by Spud Trooper and Darth Spud to talk about the Power BI mobile apps.

New features for the Power BI Dataset API

The dataset API was the first REST API that we ever released for Power BI. It allowed a developer to programmatically create a simple dataset and then push data directly to a table within that dataset. Today, we are pleased to announce the preview of two new features that will enhance the way that data can be pushed to Power BI.

Power BI Desktop June update

This month, Power BI Desktop has a few more improvements sprinkled across the board, as well as a preview of the new mapping control.

Help Improve Power BI Desktop

Here at Power BI, we love customer feedback. It’s critical for us to learn what we’re doing well and how we can improve. About once a quarter, we run a survey to get insight into your level of satisfaction with Power BI and to help understand how we can make the Desktop experience even better. This is a great chance to help us shape the product, and also enter for the chance to win some prizes if you complete the survey by 5pm PST on June 22, 2016.

Tech Tip Thursday: 3 ways Reporting Services and Power BI work together

In this week’s Tech Tip Thursday, Guy in a Cube celebrates the arrival of SQL Server 2016 by demonstrating three ways that Reporting Services and Power BI are even more powerful when used together. Learn how Reporting Services integrates with the Power BI Mobile app, how Reporting Services handles Power BI Desktop files, and how to pin visuals from Reporting Services to a Power BI dashboard.

Where did Drill Down go?

There have been a few support calls asking why the Drill Down feature is missing from report visualizations. This feature was moved to the explore menu from within a report, in both the reading and editing view.

Visualize your VMob data in Power BI

VMob uses real-time contextual analytics to give retailers the ability to create highly personalized marketing campaigns which reach customers at the right time and place. Tracking and exploring your VMob data is easy with Power BI and the VMob content…

Power BI for Developers: Reports API and a simple App Registration experience

This week’s Power BI update includes some exciting new additions for Developers. If you have been following our progress on APIs, you know that Power BI already supports the following APIs: Dataset API – for creating datasets and pushing data…

[Webinar] Content Packs and Direct Query

Join Power BI Program Manager Theresa Palmer to learn about Power BI content packs and direct query capabilities. Power BI offers a variety of ways to easily connect and explore data that is important to you. Power BI comes with out-of-box content…

Power BI in Action

Power BI offers a package of great features and capabilities—mobile BI, natural language queries, interactive dashboards, easy-to-share content packs, and awesome visualization tools. But how does that translate to value in the real world. Here…